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Woods earns his ninth trip to PGA Grand Slam of Golf
Thanks to his victory in the 89th PGA Championship at Southern Hills, Tiger Woods has nailed down the final spot in the 25th PGA Grand Slam of Golf. Woods, who won the 2006 PGA Grand Slam, is seeking his eighth PGA Grand Slam title.
PGA of America
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- PGA Champion Tiger Woods, who captured his 13th career major championship Sunday at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla., has earned his ninth trip to the 25th PGA Grand Slam of Golf.
The season's showcase for the year's four major champions will be conducted Oct. 16-17, at Mid Ocean Club and Fairmont Southampton Hotel in Tucker's Town, Bermuda.
A four-time PGA Champion, Woods will be joined in the PGA Grand Slam of Golf by Masters Champion Zach Johnson, U.S. Open Champion Angel Cabrera of Argentina and British Open Champion Padraig Harrington.
The PGA Grand Slam of Golf is a 36-hole event televised by TNT, which will be broadcast to a worldwide audience of 89 million U.S. homes and an international audience of more than 100 countries in a prime-time telecast.
The PGA Grand Slam of Golf purse is $1.35 million, with the winner receiving $600,000, second place $300,000, third place $250,000 and fourth place $200,000.
Tickets for the 25th PGA Grand Slam of Golf may be purchased by dialing 1-800-PGA-GOLF (800-742-4653) or (561) 624-7601 or by visiting www.PGA.com.
Season tickets for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are available for $150 and come in the form of three individual day tickets. Daily tickets for individual day attendance are available for $50 on Monday for the Champions Clinic and Pro-Am and $75 each day for the Tuesday and Wednesday competition days.
In an effort to encourage more youths to become involved in the game of golf, The PGA of America is offering $10 daily tickets to children 17 years and younger when accompanied by a ticket-bearing adult. All proceeds from junior ticket sales will be donated directly to the Bermuda Junior Golf Association. Junior tickets may be purchased at a pre-determined date and location in Bermuda, which will be announced.
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